Directv has been offering customers a way to stream videos to their TVs without having to pay for their service.
Now, it wants to extend that to all of its customers.
The move is part of a broader strategy by the company to expand its reach to more customers, including those who pay for cable and satellite service.
It has begun offering an option to customers who subscribe to a video-on-demand service that lets them watch their own videos over the Internet, without having them download them.
Directv’s move comes as the company struggles to regain customers after its $700 million takeover of Time Warner Cable earlier this year.
It says it has seen an increase in customers paying for video streaming and other services from the cable companies.
However, it is unclear how many people have signed up for the service, and how many of them have the video-over-the-internet capability that Directv’s customers have been asking for.
While it has been expanding the service over the past several months, the company has not released any data about how many customers have signed on to the service.
Direct, which launched in 2007, is the largest provider of internet service to residential and business customers.
Its service is free for consumers who sign up for an annual service plan.
The company says it will add more customers to the plan in the coming months.
Direct has been testing the service since October.
It announced the service in early February, with a goal of offering all of Directv customers the option to stream to their televisions without having any additional costs.
At the time, the service cost $99 a month.
It said that it expects to be able to offer the service for $150 a month by the end of next year.
The company said that the number of customers signing up for its video streaming service grew by 2,700 in the first quarter of 2019.
It also said that its customer base had increased by 1,500 to 14.5 million customers.